Oreonectes guilinensis (Teleostei, Cypriniformes, Nemacheilidae), a new loach species from Guangxi, China.

@article{Huang2019OreonectesG,
  title={Oreonectes guilinensis (Teleostei, Cypriniformes, Nemacheilidae), a new loach species from Guangxi, China.},
  author={Jinqing Huang and Jian Yang and Zhihong Wu and Yahui Zhao},
  journal={Journal of fish biology},
  year={2019}
}
A new loach Oreonectes guilinensis sp. nov. is described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. It is the second surface-dwelling fish identified in the genus Oreonectes after the type species Oreonectes platycephalus. This new species can be distinguished from other species within the genus by the combination of the following features: a round caudal fin, 13-14 branched rays, an incomplete lateral line with 4-6 pores, a short pelvic fin located some distance from the anus, a scale… 
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